Index for 4pSCa
ASA 133rd meeting - Penn State, June 1997
4pSCa1. Normalization for articulatory recovery.
4pSCa2. Acoustic-to-articulatory mapping of isolated and intervocalic fricatives.
4pSCa3. Visible speech revisited: An acoustically driven model of lip and tongue motion.
4pSCa4. Muscle-based modeling of facial dynamics during speech.
4pSCa5. The effect of task manipulation on the temporal ordering of articulatory events.
4pSCa6. Kinematic characteristics of gestural onsets and the single-geminate consonant distinction in Italian and Finnish.
4pSCa7. Temporal relationships of the articulatory, acoustic, and perceptual effects of fricative--vowel coarticulation.
4pSCa8. Modeling the acoustics of American English /r/.
4pSCa9. Acoustic estimates of vowel centralization in persons who stutter.
4pSCa10. Using principal component analysis of tongue surface shapes to distinguish among vowels and speakers.
4pSCa11. A computerized ultrasound transducer scanning system.
4pSCa12. Acoustic, aerodynamic, and physiological characteristics of modal and vocal fry registers.
4pSCa13. Two types of vowel devoicing in Japanese: Evidence from articulatory data.
4pSCa14. Do children with phonological disorders use more ballistic articulatory movements?
4pSCa15. Disordered phonology: An acoustic description of the acquisition of the anterior distinction among coronal fricatives.
4pSCa16. Variability in /s/ and /(sh)/ productions within and across talkers.
4pSCa17. An articulatory and acoustic analysis of English flaps: Evidence for attentional reduction in production.
4pSCa18. Acoustic evidence for featural and subfeatural errors in speech production.